Coretta Scott King Award

Awarded annually to authors and illustrators of books for children and young adults that demonstrate an appreciation of African-American culture.

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Mirandy and Brother Wind
Mirandy and Brother Wind
Mirandy and Brother Wind
Book Winner, Illustrator, 1989
Nominees: Jerry Pinkney
Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters
Book - 1987 Winner, Illustrator, 1988
Nominees: John Steptoe
J 398.2 STE
Available in some locations
Half a Moon and One Whole Star
Half a Moon and One Whole Star
Half a Moon and One Whole Star
Book Winner, Illustrator, 1987
Nominees: Jerry Pinkney
The Patchwork Quilt
Book - 1985 Winner, Illustrator, 1986
Nominees: Jerry Pinkney
LPLW P FLO
Available in some locations
My Mama Needs Me
My Mama Needs Me
My Mama Needs Me
Book Winner, Illustrator, 1984
Nominees: Pat Cummings
Black Child
Black Child
Black Child
Book Winner, Illustrator, 1983
Nominees: Peter Magubane
Mother Crocodile: An Uncle Amadou Tale from Sengal
Mother Crocodile: An Uncle Amadou Tale from Sengal
Mother Crocodile: An Uncle Amadou Tale from Sengal
Book Winner, Illustrator, 1982
Nominees: John Steptoe
Beat the Story Drum, Pum-Pum
Beat the Story Drum, Pum-Pum
Beat the Story Drum, Pum-Pum
Book Winner, Illustrator, 1981
Nominees: Ashley Bryan
Cornrows
Cornrows
Cornrows
Book Winner, Illustrator, 1980
Nominees: Carole Byard
Something on My Mind
Something on My Mind
Something on My Mind
Book Winner, Illustrator, 1979
Nominees: Carole Byard
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